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alcohol is a drug the expert who reckons and drinkers are addicts. Also... just not only for myself I'm very happy who are being harassed. but for all people for sexual harassment. ..almost $500,000 for your workplace. What the record payout means for first homebuyers. Plus, we reveal the top mortgage gets named the best ad in the world. And the best job in the world

from Cannes for the celebrations The team behind it joins us live of Sunrise. on this Wednesday edition # Reach up for the sunrise... # Kochie and Mel. VOICEOVER: Live from Brekky Central,

I don't like sharing. Hello, thank

you for joining us. Hello and thanks for joining us. has been a roaring success. The best job in the world campaign And in the past hour another international award. they've picked up behind it We'll check in with the boffins later this morning. But we want to ask you - for Aussie tourism? has it been the best-ever campaign "Where the Bloody Hell are You?" Better than Or Hoges' "Shrimp on the Barbie"?

That is my fave. Why did you

chuckle? I think it was a classic.

Time will tell. Or give us your

slogan for Australia if you don't

think any of them are good. Get over

here and get into it. That sort of

thing. Ka-ching! I can feel the

cultural juices flowing next to me.

How creative. How graphic. Let's go to news. Good morning. for a New South Wales mother Sentencing begins today to death. who starved her 7-year-old daughter was found in the family home The little girl's emaciated body at Hawks Nest in 2007. She weighed just 9 kilograms. her mother guilty of murder. The jury took a week to find of manslaughter. The girl's father has been convicted

who died with swine flu The family of a Victorian man he had the virus say they didn't know until they were told by the media. fell ill last Thursday 35-year-old Anthony Splatt but wasn't tested until a day later. three days after he died. His results came back positive Anthony's mother says didn't bother to contact the family. health authorities

Suddenly we were inundated with

calls from the media which I

realised they are only doing their

job but it was rather a shock to

some grieving parents. swine flu death. It's Australia's second another explosive day in Canberra Malcolm Turnbull is facing in the 'Utegate' affair over claims the Treasury official to the Coalition for years. has been leaking information to confirm or deny claims Mr Turnbull has refused from Godwin Grech. he's received information The last thing I would do any more than you would, is ever discuss, with information. anybody who may provide us widen their inquiry into Mr Grech Federal Police will apparently from Treasury. to include other recent leaks traffic incident on the Gold Coast. Police are investigating a bizarre just after midnight A man was pulled over at Gavan reading three times the legal limit. where he recorded a blood alcohol spotted driving again at Oxenford Less than two hours later he was several suburbs away. finding knives and balaclavas. Police searched the car, No charges have yet been laid. says The American Crash Safety Bureau it recommended the type of train in Washington D.C. which slammed into another be updated or phased out in 2006. 9 people were killed and 75 injured

rammed into another when the subway train during the city's rush hour. I heard this great, big, huge thump and come down and I saw the train go up on top of another train. but I didn't know it had come down It's the worst accident 33-year history. in the US Metrorail system's Finance shortly with the day in sport. but first, here's Mark Beretta Lleyton Hewitt and Samantha Stosur to the second round at Wimbledon. are both through of the United States, Hewitt beat Robby Ginepri while Stosur continued her charge over Bethanie Mattek-Sands. with a 3-set win went down to a German qualifier. Jelena Dokic As wife, Bec, looked on,

from an average start Hewitt recovered to dominate the second set. Juan Martin del Porto of Argentina He faces number five seed next.

I felt like I was moving pretty well

and better as the match went on.

There were a lot of positives but it appeared on track Dokic's comeback plans There were a lot of positives

will be a totally different match.

against Tatjana Malek after she grabbed the opening set

but a virus ended her campaign. where Dokic left off, Stosur will pick up meeting Malek in the second round. Up to 80,000 fans New South Wales's and Queensland's are tipped to see battle of supremacy tonight at ANZ Stadium. a fairytale end The Maroons are hunting by going 2-0 up fourth straight series win. to wrap up a record

We haven't thought about it. The

pressure outside, you can talk all

you like and write what you

you like and write what you like but

it is all on the field. to reveal their starting side. Neither coach has been willing has assured the NRL AFL chairman Mike Fitzpatrick are safe. its fixtures at ANZ Stadium to be buying out the stadium, The AFL was rumoured 25 regular league matches a year. which hosts up to is taking control of the stadium Fitzpatrick as a result of a management buyout, he says it's a family business and won't impact agreements with any codes of footy. the stadium has has been given another chance Brett Lee ahead of the Ashes series. to prove he's up to the task in Australia's 4-day tour match The paceman's been named to play against English county Sussex. and Ben Hilfenhaus Stuart Clark, Peter Siddle have also been included, has been rested. while Mitchell Johnson ruled out with knee soreness. All-rounder Shane Watson has been

78,000 tickets sold. So if you want

to go. Get there early. I sniff an

upset tonight. We will find out what

the temperature will be. Let's check

in with Fifi. Good morning. Good

morning. Hi. How exciting is this?

Mt Buller 9cm of snow overnight.

Fantastic news for anyone who wants

to take the day off and head up here

and minus 1 here at the moment.

State of Origin tonight. We will

State of Origin tonight. We will find out what the weather is like

tonight in Sydney and all around the tonight in Sydney and all around the country. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Cairns, dry. Partly cloudy in Mackay and Rockhampton. Fine in Maroochydore. And fine in Brisbane. Partly cloudy at Bourke. Some light rain for Tamworth but fine in Coffs Harbour. For Origin 2 in Sydney: early fog in the west, then cloudy periods later with the chance of a shower or two. Canberra, morning fog before scattered showers. Into Victoria: scattered showers for Mildura. Bendigo, showers. And showers for Ballarat and Warrnambool. Partly cloudy over Melbourne with some showers. Early fog over Hobart, then a few showers. Partly cloudy for Mount Gambier. Adelaide, a morning shower clearing to a partly cloudy day. Scattered showers for Port Lincoln and Ceduna. Fine in Alice Springs. In Western Australia: rain for Albany. Wet and windy in Perth and the chance of a late storm. Broome will be fine and warm.

I got to tell you, Hans, I didn't

get to hit the slope was Hans. I did

meet Ian and Dave who gave me a

skiing lesson. I will put the skis

skiing lesson. I will put the skis on shortly and show you my

on shortly and show you my amateurish skiing. You sound like

you were at the bar with Hans.

Believe it or not rks I had a nice

healthy meal of fish and went

straight to bed. We don't believe

you. You are not getting crook

again? I am trying not to. The poor

girl is recovering from a bad dose

of the flu and we send her to the

snow. We could have sent you to

Cairns. I am off to Hamilton Island

Friday. That is the end of the sympathy.

Coming up - are alcohol drinkers really no different to drug users? And the best foods to keep you healthy during the cold-and-flu season. Straight ahead, though - Kochie's got this morning's finance report. You're watching Sunrise on Seven.

Everything was smashed because of

the poor close on Wall Street this time yesterday.

Mining stocks were hard hit

yesterday. Some losing up to 12%% of their value. With all the financial turmoil America is facing, you may be surprised to hear the country still has a AAA credit rating. To find out why, let's go to Craig James at CommSec. Craig, why has the US managed to hold on to that rating?

They are the economic basket case at

the moment. They are continuing to the moment. They are continuing to

issue debt and the rest of the world

is continuing to buy it. There was $ is continuing to buy it. There was

$14 billion worth of securities.

They were lapped up by investors.

Provided they can continue to issue

Provided they can continue to issue debt and debt continue to be lashed

up, they will keep the rating. They

expect the amount of debt issued and

wound up. If there was any change,

they would reassess the rating for

the US. Why are investors snapping

up all this US debt? The interest

rate is not very high and the

economy is not going very well but

it is still seen as a safe haven. If

you got US Government paper you can

be sure you can sell it basically

anywhere around the world. It is

that liquidity that is the

attraction. The US dollar is still

the reserve currency of the world.

It is still very much accepted

around the world. If that were to

change, the AAA rating would be

under threat. You can get out TV it

easily where in other countries you

can't. Thank you for that. Just ahead - a record payout for sexual harassment. We'll ask whether it will encourage more victims to come forward. We've got your guaranteed 10 minutes of news, sport and weather at 7am. But brace yourself - another A-list celebrity is considering making the move into politics. Nelson will tell us who is eyeing off Obama's job next. Whether you have strong back pain, or migraine, leave strong pain behind with powerful Panadeine. The E-File on Sunrise brought to you by 'New Idea', for all the latest celebrity news and more. Time to crack open the E-file. Our showbiz correspondent Nelson Aspen is in Hollywood. Finally there's some good news for Sarah Jessica Parker over her twins?

Just a few hours ago we heard from

the hospital in Ohio where the

surrogate mother was waiting to give

birth to the twin girls and they

arrived. We are not getting

specifics but we are hoping later

today Sarah and Matthew will give us

weights and names. Now their

6-year-old son has two baby sisters. Imagine the

Imagine the shoes that these girls

are going to have to walk around in

the house. Just a couple days ago

you said they were having problems

with the nanny? They will have to

deal with the fact that they have to

get a nanny because Sarah has to

shoot the 'Sex and the City' movie

and the surrogate mother was having

problems with people breaking into

the house but now they focus on the

happiness. Which star will be going

into politics? This isn't too much

of a surprise - it is Angelina

Jolie. She is talking about cutting

back on her workload as far as

movies, not just acting but her

political activism. This has some

speculating that she may go into

politics full-time. It is a stretch

saying she will go for the top job.

If anyone could work out the

problems it is Angelina. Paula Abdul has developed an unusual way of dealing with the paparazzi.

I thought it was pretty smart. She

didn't have makeup on and her hair

was pulled back and a paparazzi

was pulled back and a paparazzi was starting to snap her and she laid on

her feminine wiles and charmed him

to look at the digital photos that

he had and deleting the ones that

she disliked the most. "

she disliked the most. "OK, I am not

thrilled about it but I request compromise. thrilled about it but I request

compromise." Maybe celebrities and

photographers can live in greater

harmony. Paris Hilton had a scare in

Dubai? She went into her hotel room

and her bodyguard found a

transmitting device. It was a

recording device. It left her a

little jittery. She is not just

riding camels for fun. She is riding camels for fun. She is do

iting for a reality show. She didn't

put the bugs in herself? No, not this time. Coming up - should we be worried about Australia's second death from swine flu? We'll hear from an infectious disease expert. And at 7:50 we reveal what men really want.

We do? How did we work that out? It

will take about 10 seconds. Up next, though - this morning's news

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Then get ready for Daniel Merriweather. (SINGS) # Ain't nothing gonna change # Ain't nothing gonna change # If nobody's gonna wake up # And start asking who's in charge

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He's performing live this Friday on Sunrise. Fifi has been crook. It got us thinking about what we can do to boost our immune systems.

We've put together a list of the top 10 foods to help your body fight off infection. Here it is: We'll have more on this after 7:30. But in the meantime, what do you eat to stay well? Do you have any special foods or even things you do to keep well during the cold-and-flu season?

After I had pneumonia a couple years

ago the doctor said I am

ago the doctor said I am not eating

ago the doctor said I am not eating enough red meat. Have four to five

serves a week. Of red meat, four to

five. You boys would fit in that no

problem. The thought of going

problem. The thought of going without meat sends you scared. Red

meat I don't eat much. I don't

either. Otherwise, get it from other

sources. You need other things to

get your iron. She said that is the

easiest way to get it. Beretts, you

are going through different climate

changes. It was important to keep my

iron intake up. So I would like to

thank the boys at Char Grill. And

hops. Your vitamin B because of the

air. You changed the F to R. Beef

and beer. And juicing. Let us know

your tricks to stay well this winter. Ahead this Sunrise - is having an alcoholic drink any different to taking a recreational drug?

Don't look at me like that. There is

an expert on later who says it is no different. Plus, we'll cross live to Cannes as our best job in the world campaign gets named the world's best ad. But first it's news time, here's Nat. Good morning. The Rudd Government will step up its attack on Malcolm Turnbull today following new claims that Treasury official Godwin Grech has been leaking information to the Coalition for years. The allegation has come from several Liberals who claim the Opposition Leader is still receiving information from Mr Grech. Mr Turnbull has some explaining to do about what is the nature of any longstanding relationship between the Liberal Party and Mr Grech. Mr Grech is being investigated over the fake 'Utegate' affair email and may be questioned about other recent leaks. Authorities have intercepted another boatload of asylum seekers off Australia's north coast. The boat was picked up three nautical miles south-east of Ashmore Island.

The 49 asylum seekers and 4 crew are being taken to Christmas Island for health, security and identity checks. It's the 14th boat intercepted on its way to Australia this year. Sentencing submissions will begin today for a mother found guilty of deliberately starving her autistic daughter to death. The 7-year-old weighed just 9kg when she was found dead at her Hunter Valley home

two years ago. Her father has been found guilty of manslaughter. This department has presided over the care or lack thereof of this child for a number of years. The family had been known to DOCS since 1993. The case has already prompted changes within the department. The much-loved sidekick of 'Tonight Show' host Johnny Carson has died. Ed McMahon was known for his resounding catchphrase "Heeere's Johnny!" Heeere's Johnny! The 86-year-old had suffered a string of health problems in recent years, including bone cancer. Lotto players will have to wait another week for their chance to become instant multimillionaires. $59 million was up for grabs in last night's Oz Lotto draw, the biggest jackpot ever offered in Australia. More than 6 million people bought tickets but there was no first division winner. The jackpot increases to $60 million next week. To sport now. Here's Mark Beretta with the overnight Wimbledon news. Samantha Stosur says she's feeling really comfortable with her game after joining Lleyton Hewitt and Jarmila Groth in the second round at Wimbledon. Jelena Dokic wasn't able to progress. Stosur made hard work of her 2-hour and 12 minute battle against Bethanie Mattek-Sands. The Aussie's service game was solid and got her out of trouble more than once.

I'm feeling pretty good about my

game right now and thought I was

serving really well all match and

good to know if you are down a break

point you can rely on a good first serve. Hewitt did the damage against Robby Ginepri in just over 1.5 hours and will take on number five seed Juan Martin del Potro in the second round. New South Wales officials are taking Queensland coach Mal Meninga's approach

to tonight's all-important State of Origin clash in Sydney. Team managers met with the referees and demanded the Maroons be stopped from racing up off side, targeting Peter Wallace's kicking game. They claim Steve Price, Ashley Harrison and Dallas Johnson unfairly mastered the task in game one. Up to 80,000 fans are tipped to turn out at ANZ Stadium where Queensland is hoping to secure an unprecedented fourth straight series win. One of the Swans' all-time greats Michael O'Loughlin, has announced he'll retire at the end of the AFL season. A 2005 premiership player, indigenous team of the century member and 2-time All-Australian, O'Loughlin says his body's had enough. The opportunity the Swans gave me to play, to help my family live a better life and I think hopefully I've done that. 'Magic' needs seven more games to be the first Swan to play 300.

Hats off to Michael O'Loughlin. If

you do nothing else, find a way to

see him. He is magic for a player.

What he has done for indigenous

players is incredible. He is a

gentleman. Here is a sportsperson gentleman. Here is a sportsperson

that we should all be admiring and

talking about rather than the

talking about rather than the others. Thanks, Beretts. Fifi has

all the weather from buller today.

And a sportswoman you may be talking

about. I will be hitting the skis shortly. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Brisbane, fine and 23 degrees. Becoming cloudy tomorrow with rain on Friday.

Sydney, mainly fine with just the slight chance of a late shower and 20 degrees. Fine tomorrow but the rain looks set to return for the weekend. Melbourne, scattered showers today and 15. Some showers tomorrow, clearing by Friday. In Adelaide, morning showers, then partly cloudy and 16. Scattered showers for the next few days. Perth, wet and windy and 17 with the chance of a late thunderstorm. Showers for the days ahead. Morning fog for Canberra, then scattered showers. Much the same for Hobart with a top of 11 degrees. Darwin, dry and warm.

A 9cm dump last night. Look at the

ski do covered in snow. I am joined

by Spook. Spook an iconic legend

by Spook. Spook an iconic legend of Mt Buller. Someone left something at

the lodge. My skis! Good driving

yesterday. What happened to your

licence? I don't have one. I was

going to 50km up along Bourke Street

which is illegal. You better hide

the keys from me. See you in half an

hour. See you, Fifi. I will get on

these. A little safer. Maybe not.

Thought of the Day. Jennifer Barker

in Adelaide sent this. "

in Adelaide sent this. "You can

judge your health by what you take

two at a time - the stairs or your pills. two at a time - the stairs or your

pills." Very good. Joke of the Day

comes from Tony in South Australia.

An Aussie was visiting a bar in the

US with a Texan friend when he

needed to go to the bathroom. The

Texan decided he needed to go too.

The Texan

The Texan headed for the urinal and

the Aussie headed to the cubicle. " the Aussie headed to the cubicle. "I

thought you Aussies were tough

hombres but you have to sit down and

pee like a woman.

pee like a woman." It's not that.

It's just that I had a hernia

operation recently and the doctor

told me I wasn't allowed to lift

anything heavy. Do that accent

again. It is not every day you meet

a Pakistani Texan. I will get it right. Still ahead -

what a massive sexual harassment payout means for all women in the workplace.

I shouldn't have told that joke. It

was about a bloke so it is alright. And later - the top 10 foods to boost your immunity this winter. Straight ahead, though - can the Blues even the score when they face off against Queensland? We're talking sport, next on Sunrise.

The Wilsons brought to you by the Bravia 200-hertz motion-flow TV from Sony for the smoothest picture ever. Origin fever is gripping New South Wales and Queensland. For more on that and the rest of the day's sport, here's Beretts. Queensland are favourites to wrap up an historic fourth State of Origin victory tonight. The Maroons are $1.60 to $2.38 for the Blues to win game two. But even if the Blues settle the score, Queensland are still raging favourites to take out the series according to Sportingbet. Odds aside, both teams say they have what it takes for victory. Trent Barrett reckons he isn't fazed by being labelled the Blues' "saviour", while Maroons coach Mal Meninga is daring New South Wales to target Darren Lockyer.

It is great build-up. It is Origin,

no more sleeps. We are here. Trent

Barrett will be important, there is

no doubt he will be. All the

pressure is on Wallace. I loved

yesterday. New South Wales officials

complaining to the referees to get

Pricy on side and get Harris on

side. You plant the seed. Just get

out there and win the game of

football. They had an injury int

rugs. It will be a great spectacle.

New South Wales and Trent Barrett

said this last night, they don't

want to be on the receiving end of a

fourth series lost. If Peter Wallace

doesn't fire tonight, Peter Wallace

won't play Origin football again. It

is all on the line. He has to get

out there and settle in quickly and

his forwards have to protect him.

Price and Harris are class players.

Bring it on. They got 13,000 or so

tickets to sell. I want to talk to

you about Michael O'Loughlin, the

first Swan to hit 300. I love

watching him, Magic. He would turn

on a dime. For indigenous football,

for football in general, I heard

your comments with Kochie, he has

carried himself amazingly well.

carried himself amazingly well. To Michael O'Loughlin, he has been

there for 15 seasons, played with

locket, Roos, the only player from

that 1996 Grand Final team. He has

been a wonderful ambassador. The

Swans got to keep Barry Hall on now,

just for experience, just his whole

presence. I was saying that they got to presence. I was saying that they got

to get rid of Barry Hall, but if he

can keep his mind together. I

can keep his mind together. I hope Barry Hall will go on now

Barry Hall will go on now that Michael O'Loughlin is leaving. Shame

your sister is not here to hear it.

We got Lleyton through, Sam through.

Who do you see as our best chance?

Stosur. I don't think Lleyton can

win another championship.

win another championship. He doesn't have the arson to go and win another

grand slam. I was ill pressed with

Stosur. She was impressive at the

French. Jelena has stunning but has

been struggling, fitness wise,

bowing out in the first round. I

hope she can play in the US but it

is a real battle for her at the

moment. Sam will push for some win

soon. Enjoy tonight. Do not text me.

Kochie and Mel, do not text me

Kochie and Mel, do not text me if New South Wales is you. Kochie, we

are on the record here. Phones on

everyone tonight. $

everyone tonight. $20 you text every

single person there. If they are up,

the texting will start. If they are

down, off goes the mobile. I think

you should twitter. Goodbye. Just ahead - why Australia is expected to face a far more deadly cold-and-flu season this winter. Plus later, what's the best mortgage for a first homebuyer? Up next, though - Darwin's tradies hit back at claims they're pervs. This is Sunrise with our extended news bulletin coming your way in under 15 minutes. VOICEOVER: Rich hair colour in just 10 minutes? That's new. Discover new Excell10 from L'Oreal Paris - our first permanent hair colour that works in 10 minutes and makes hair stronger. in 10 minutes And greys? Forgotten, in just 10 minutes. Captivating colour. New Excell10 from L'Oreal Paris. Permanent hair colour in 10 minutes that makes hair stronger. Because you're worth it. (EXCITING MUSIC) Brrrrrr! (LAUGHS) (ALL LAUGH)

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When we need a car, we call Thrifty - Australia's best-valued car and truck rental. What's making the papers, Nat? 'Utegate' remains all across the front pages. The Coalition has been drawn deeper into the affair. There are allegations Godwin Grech had previously leaked information to them. The 'Canberra Times' says Mr Grech will be interviewed about a series of leaks from Treasury. A couple of stories to follow up on. Remember on Friday we brought you 'Watergape'. That's where Darwin tradies were accused of downing tools to perv on topless sunbakers. The tradies have hit back. They've told the 'Northern Territory News' the European backpackers are actually doing it for the attention. One tradie told the paper, "They come and sit right in front of where the tradies are".

Beretts s you were there on the

weekend. This is a real issue for

them. The other one I uncovered is

the airport. A lot of backpackers

are waiting for the planes on the

grass doing the same thing. At the

airport! Macquarie who owns the

airports, get a few European

backpackers. Banana loungers out front, $

front, $1 to lie on.

front, $1 to lie on. That is

thinking outside the square. I love

how one of the backpackers says, my

friends say it is a complement. I am

not one to play it up but I did look

to see if any of them are cute. to see if any of them are cute."

to see if any of them are cute." That is like saying my crack is just - you know. Remember the teenager who reckoned she fell asleep in the tattoo parlour? She claimed she asked for three stars on her face but woke up with 56 stars instead. The 18-year-old now admits she did ask for all the stars and didn't fall asleep. She made the story up when her dad hit the roof.

Which is exactly what you said, Mel. Which got us thinking - what little white lies did you tell your parents? And did they fall for them?

That is a big mistake. Have you ever

got sprung? Ever wonder why my nose

is so big? I have no recollection of

ever lying to my parents. Never,

never. Tell us if you do. You can

share your stories. That 18-year-old is probably on Facebook but there's a good chance her dad isn't. There's growing evidence baby boomers are leaving the social networking site. Nearly 700,000 over 50s deserted Facebook during the past couple of months. Kochie, we want to know why.

We have a life. Don't you - It says

Inside Facebook wonders if the over

55 set haven't worked out how to use

it. I also don't want to know my

nephew's change of status. I don't

care. You got to be into it. We got

into it because Sam puts Matilda's

photos. That is quite good for the

album. The rest of it - Phil has

woken up. Bob

woken up. Bob has had a coffee. That

is so Twitter. Wow, you are even

worse. When did you last go on

Facebook. Let us know if you are

deserting these social networking

sites and why. Doesn't Twitter send

you around the twist? Do I really

want to know what movie

want to know what movie your friend

is watching or whether he has woken

up grumpy. Have you found a use for it?

I would strongly recommend that they

not be afraid and

not be afraid and stand up for their

rights. What it means for your

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The expert who claims there's no difference. We'll ask him why. Also... I'm very happy just not only for myself but for all people who are being harassed. ..almost $500,000 for sexual harassment. What the record payout means for your workplace. Plus, we reveal the top mortgage for first homebuyers. And the best job in the world gets named the best ad in the world. The team behind it joins us live from Cannes for the celebrations. They reckon that 'best job in the world' campaign generated $200 million in free publicity around the world. So it's no wonder it's won seven international awards. We'll drag the boffins behind it away from their party on the French Riviera after 8:00. In the meantime, Nat has the news of this Wednesday.

Authorities say Australia's second swine flu death won't be our last. The Melbourne man, who had a range of medical problems, died in hospital on Saturday. But doctors didn't know he had swine flu until three days later. For more on the swine flu scare we're joined by infectious diseases expert Robert Booy. Professor Booy, is the swine flu threat getting worse?

It is progressinga as you suspect

through the winter. It is perhaps no

different from 1918. It looked

fairly mild so we need to some

sensible caution. We know the latest victim suffered from diabetes and obesity. Would he have been more vulnerable to the virus than others?

Absolutely. Anyone with chronic

medical conditions, liver, diabetes,

pregnant women too. What about the

risk of the other flu going around.

Fifi was put in quarantine and she

was told it would be better if she

had swine flu because the other flu

is worse. That would only be a

guess. They are quite similar. You

don't know which flu? You couldn't

tell people? No, you need to see a

doctor. If your doctor is concerned

that you got a serious form of flu,

then you can be treated. Especially

if you got an underlying condition.

It is important to go within two

days because that is when the

treatment will work. The man wasn't

tested until later and didn't get

Tamiflu? People don't realise they

got the flu and it starts with a

fever and not feeling well. These

unfortunate things will occur but we

need to be really cautious about

this and seek early medical

attention for those at high risk.

Thank you very much. It's likely to be another explosive day in Parliament for Malcolm Turnbull after new claims the Treasury official in the 'Utegate' affair has a long history of leaking information to the coalition. Mr Turnbull has refused to confirm or deny claims he's received information from Godwin Grech. The last thing I would do is ever discuss any more than you would, anybody who may provide us with information. Federal Police will apparently widen their inquiry into Mr Grech to include other recent leaks from Treasury. A Gold Coast driver has been arrested after allegedly being caught with weapons and a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit. Police pulled the man over at Gavan just after midnight, then two hours later caught him behind the wheel again. After searching his car, officers found knives and balaclavas. Charges have yet to be laid. Sydney's fashion police have seized $500,000 of fake designer clothing. The faux Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Tiffany's clothes, handbags and jewellery were being sold from this Burwood store. Police say the luxury fashion houses have been notified and were surprised by the size of the fraud. A couple, aged in their 50s, has been questioned and will be charged. Police also want to question the shop's directors. An illegal boat has been caught in Australian waters with almost 50 suspected asylum seekers on board. The boat was intercepted

three nautical miles south-east of Ashmore Island off Western Australia. 49 passengers and four crew will today be moved to detention on Christmas Island. Hours earlier, Indonesian police arrested 12 Iranians in a hotel on Aru Island allegedly bound for Australia. It's feared post-election violence in Tehran will add to the number of boat people trying to reach our shores. US President Barack Obama says he's outraged by the Iranian government's treatment of protesters following their controversial election. He's denied accusations of meddling in Iranian politics and condemned the violent attempts to crush dissent. The United States and the international community

have been appalled and outraged by the threats and the beatings and imprisonments of the last few days. I strongly condemn these unjust actions. At least 17 people have been killed in protests since last week's elections. The biggest jackpot ever offered in Australia remains just a dream. More than six million people bought tickets in last night's Oz Lotto draw, pushing the first prize up to a cool $59 million.

It's the draw that everyone has been talking about.

But when the final ball dropped, there was no first division winner! The jackpot increases to $60 million next week. It took 15 years but Aussie rock band the Living End has finally secured its first APRA award.

Rock royalty mixed with up-and-comers at Australia's premier songwriting awards in Melbourne last night.

Winners included Jessica Mauboy, the Presets and the Potbelleez. But it was the Living End

who took out the coveted Song of the Year for 'White Noise'. In finance news:

Lleyton Hewitt and Samantha Stosur have notched up wins at Wimbledon overnight. The Australian pair is safely through to the second round but that wasn't the case for Jelena Dokic. She made a fiery start against German qualifier Tatjana Malek, taking the opening set. But her game went wayward in the second as she called for medical attention after suffering the affects of a virus. With her comeback plans stalled again, the former world number four says she's disappointed. Kind of wasn't feeling great at the beginning of the second and that's where things just started going downhill. It was a different story for Stosur up against Bethanie Mattek-Sands of the US. She beat the American in three, thanks to a gun-service game and plenty of staying power. Stosur faces Dokic's destroyer next. I actually don't know anything about her. So, um, maybe we'll try and find out some information from her from her match today against Jelena but, um, I'll be going out there, focusing on my game

and trying to do what I do well. Hewitt found his rhythm after a slow start to outplay Robby Ginepri. He defeated the American in straight sets

and faces number five seed Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina. New South Wales officials are taking Queensland coach Mal Meninga's approach to tonight's all-important State of Origin clash in Sydney. Team managers met with the referees and demanded the Maroons be stopped from racing up offside, targeting Peter Wallace's kicking game. They claim Steve Price, Ashley Harrison and Dallas Johnson unfairly mastered the task in game one. Up to 80,000 fans are tipped to turn out at ANZ Stadium where Queensland is hoping to secure an unprecedented fourth straight series win.

The lead-up game is New South Wales

versus Queensland and then game on

at 8:00. I love those under-18s.

Good atmosphere. And the rising

stars coming through. Soon, what a record payout for sexual harassment means for workplaces across the country. But first let's check in with Fifi who's back at Mt Buller.

I am half way up Bourke Street and I

am here with Drew and Josh and Ian

from France. We are about to ski

down the hill. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network. Cairns, dry. Partly cloudy in Mackay and Rockhampton. Fine in Maroochydore. Fine in Brisbane. Partly cloudy at Bourke. Some light rain for Tamworth but fine in Coffs Harbour. For Origin 2 in Sydney: early fog in the west,

then cloudy periods later with the chance of a shower or two. Canberra, morning fog before scattered showers. Into Victoria: scattered showers for Mildura. Bendigo, showers.

Showers for Ballarat and Warrnambool. Partly cloudy over Melbourne with some showers. Early fog over Hobart, then a few showers. Partly cloudy for Mount Gambier. Adelaide, a morning shower clearing to a partly cloudy day. Scattered showers for Port Lincoln and Ceduna. Fine in Alice Springs.

In Western Australia: Rain for Albany. Wet and windy in Perth and the chance of a late storm. Broome, fine and warm.

As way head off, any last-minute

tips? Make sure you follow me and go

easy down the run. The turning

thing, hang on. Hands forward, shins

forward, here we go.

thing, hang on. Hands forward, shins forward, here we go. Now this is

more like it. Can I do this thing

under the - Go faster. Look at that!

under the - Go faster. Look at that!

Woo. And I came to a finale. I

didn't make it. Whoa. I was going to

say now you have to fall in one of

their arms. Boys, where were you? I

was supposed to fall in your arms?

was supposed to fall in your arms?

We thought you were better than

that. Who falls when you stop? I am

going to enter an under-12s competition. going to enter an under-12s competition.

going to enter an under-12s

competition. We will leave you for

your lesson with three foreign,

good-looking ski instructors. I will

need that.

Whether it's after a hard day at work or when you're out with friends, most Aussies enjoy having a few alcoholic drinks. But would you ever consider beer or wine to be a drug? One rehabilitation expert says they're no different

and therefore, drinkers are drug takers.

To explain I'm joined by the head of Odyssey House, James Pitts.

Good morning. Most Aussies wouldn't consider themselves in the same category as a drug user just because they like having a beer. How can you say they're the same?

One of the things we are doing this

One of the things we are doing this week is drug action week which is

sponsored by the Drug council of

Australia. We try to highlight some

of the issues around drugs and

alcohol is a drug too. What people

fail to realise, most think of

illicit drugs as heroin, ice, things

like that. But the fact is that the

drug that causes the most damage to

society or the greatest cost to

society is alcohol. It costs $

society is alcohol. It costs $15.

society is alcohol. It costs $15.3

billion a year which super seeds the

cost of all illicit drugs which is $ cost of all illicit drugs which is

$8 billion. We scoff at comments

like that but one of our viewers, it

is a mind al terring substance and

makes you ill when you have too much

of it. When you put it like that, it

probably is. What people fail to

realise is that alcohol is a express

ant. If you drink too much, like you

say, certainly it has a delecterious

effect on the body. Particularly for

young people, research says in the

years of 13-25 is the most rapid

brain development and alcohol has a

brain development and alcohol has a

negative effect on people in that

age group. When your kids go through

that 18-23-year-old period, as a

parent you think to yourself you

hope they survive it. In that age

group there is a big culture of

binge drinking not only among blokes

but with girls. That is a real

worry. The point you make for binge

drinking, in that particular age

group, the reason it is so difficult

to get that age group insurance

policies and the premiums are higher

is because they are very impulsive

and alcohol affects the part of the

brain that controls impulsive

behaviour. Doctors say, a glass of

red a day is good for your health.

So you go, "

So you go, "You beauty, there is an excuse for it.

excuse for it." We recognise people

can drink at safe levels but we are

trying to raise the awareness that

drinking too much alcohol can cause

a lot of problems and get people to

realise what is a standard drink.

That is one of the tricky aspects. realise what is a standard drink. That is one of the tricky aspects. That is one of the tricky aspects.

We got it on the

We got it on the graphics. Two

standard drinks is the

recommendation for men and women.

recommendation for men and women.

They just changed the drinking

They just changed the drinking

guidelines within the last two guidelines within the last two

months. The standard drink the one

that mucks us up. We think that mucks us up. We think that one

glass of wine is say standard drink.

That is the glass and that is 1.

That is the glass and that is 1.5 That is the glass and that is 1.5

standard drinks. If you are not

careful, in a lot of cases,

depending on what the container is careful, in a lot of cases, depending on what the container is careful, in a lot of cases, depending on what the container is

If you are out and have a cocktail

you may have what is equivalent to 2. you may have what is equivalent to

2.5 to 3 standard drinks because of

the different mixes of alcohol that

goes into it. It is a cultural thing

for Australians but we got to keep

it in perspective. Odyssey House has a quick test you can do online to work out whether you're drinking too much.

You can't save them up to the end of

the week. That doesn't wash. To find out more, just head to our website. A woman has been awarded nearly $500,000 for sexual harassment at her old job. Malgorzata Poniatowska worked at Adelaide building company Hickinbotham in 2006. The court heard she was sent suggestive emails and pornographic images by two men. Soon after she complained, she was sacked for bad performance. I'm very happy with this - not only for myself, but for all people who have been harassed in their workplaces

and I would strongly recommend them not being afraid and stand up for their rights. The payout is believed to be a record. What does this case mean for other people who've been harassed at work?

Let's ask workplace lawyer Sian Ryan. Good morning. How significant is the court's decision and the payout?

That is a huge victory for the

claimant. We haven't seen a decision

of this size before in this

jurisdiction. Sexual harassment in

the workplace, this is a landmark decision. We have a graphic breaking down the payout. Why did Ms Poniatowska get awarded so much money?

There are a few different aspects.

She gets $

She gets $90,000 for the pain and

distress that she was able to prove

that she suffered. The greatest part

the compensation for her loss of

income. She

the compensation for her loss of

income. She Hasn't really worked

since she was harassed and then

dismissed and I will explain why she

got so much money. She didn't work

for a number of years. She was a

high-income earner. The judge gave

her for ongoing loss. high-income earner. The judge gave her for ongoing loss.

high-income earner. The judge gave her for ongoing loss. That is the

greatest portion. There is something

for negligible for future medical

expenses and payment for her legal

costs on top of all of that. The

reason she got such a large award -

there are a number of reasons. She

had a very strong medical case so

she was able to show she was greatly

distressed and it caused depression,

anxiety, post-traumatic distress

disorder but it was the employer's

action or inaction. They didn't have

any policies to start with so she

couldn't make a complaint. Then when

she made a complaint they didn't

assist her. They moved to terminate

her employment on trumped up

charges. She gets warnings and is

ultimately dismissed on that and the

judge constituted that was further

discrimination. An attitude of not

tolerating a woman in the workplace

who wouldn't tolerate harassment.

That is really where this case

involved perhaps more money than you

would normally see simply because

she loses her job over it and so distressed she

distressed she can't work for so

long that she gets an award for loss

of income. In the law is it in black

and white what defines sexual

harassment? Is it discretionary?

Some people may be offended and some

may laugh it off and dismiss them

and not be as offended? Sexual

harassment is defined in the

legislation but it is quite loose.

It talks about conduct of a sexual

nature, advances or propositions or

any other unwelcomed sexual conduct.

The real test is not so much whether

the person was offended but the

perpetrator is required to have an

objective standard. That person

ought to know what is reasonable

behaviour and they ought to know

their conduct is likely to offend

rks humiliate. If the participant

was seen to be a willing

participant, in that case a robust

culture. I just had an sext mail

come in anonymous from Victoria.

There is a manager at my work who

has repeatedly made sexual comments

to female colleagues. He has been

spoken to but continues to make

workers feel uncomfortable. What can

we do? It is inappropriate. Where do

you go? The Australian Human Rights

Commission. There are bodies each

State. You are entitled to lodge a

complaint with that organisation.

They will investigate the complaint.

In some cases they will attempt at

conciliation. If the matter can't be

handled at that level you can go to

proceedings. Thank you. Time for another hit from the E-File.

Our showbiz correspondent Nelson Aspen is in Hollywood. Which Aussie could be Miley Cyrus's next co-star?

We saw her filming the movie with

handsome young Aussie actor Lehman

Hemsworth. She and her mom were out

to lunch at a steakhouse with none

other than Hugh Jackman. It makes -

makes you wonder if they are teaming

up for a guest star on Hannah

Montana. It had the air of a

business meeting according to

on-lookers but Hugh could teach her

a thing or two about song and dance.

We had Father's Day here and since I

am not a father my little niece

decided it would be uncle's day. The

family who left and a little boy

named Lochlan came over and said

will you give this to Kochie? It is

a likeness of John Howard and Dame

Edna and it says Kochie. I will

preserve this and send it over to

you from lock lab. Thank you.

Honorary Father's Day gift. How

gorgeous is your niece. Uncle's Day.

We are talking about social

networking. Apparently there is a

new survey out showing that baby

boomers are getting out of Facebook.

Some have suggested it is because we

can't work it. I say because we got a life. "

a life. "I quit six months ago. I

used to spend an hour and now I look

after my horses and I feel much better. after my horses and I feel much

better." It is changing the way

people buy. The demand for business

has made us have an award.

has made us have an award." And they

track people down which is good. I

got one from a mate who worked at

the world expo in 1988 and we will

catch up. Do you really want to? We

got a lot to catch up on. In five

minutes my kids are going to be

teenagers and I don't want to be one

of those mums who doesn't know what

they are doing. I need to be across

what they are doing. There will be

something different by then. In 15 minutes, the top 10 foods to stop you getting sick this winter. Plus, if you want to win $2,000, we've got today's codeword coming your way. And later, the best job is the world gets voted the best ad in the world. We'll meet the team behind it when we go live to Cannes. Good morning. A Goulburn accused of insurance fraud.. linked to a donation to the Cronulla Sharks .. fronts court again today. Police say Clinton Elford falsely claimed he was dying to get half a million dollars insurance. He later gave 30 thousand of it to former Sharks boss Tony Zappia Local unions will hit parliament house later this morning to protest changes to health and safety laws. They're worried workers' lives are at risk Help to care for our mentally ill... with 750 thousand dollars announced as work starts on the HOME in Queanbeyan today. A new survey shows Canberra bosses are the most confident in to even the score for the Blues in tonight's second originclash. More at 11. WOMAN: I get a big rate calculated daily, so I can watch my savings rise every day. MAN: Go to ingdirect.com.au and open a Savings Maximiser now.

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And don't forget to tune in tomorrow morning at 6:58 right before our extended news bulletin to see if you're one of the lucky winners. You'll then have 30 minutes to claim your prize. Coming up - how to choose the best home loan when you're new to the market. Plus shortly,

can oysters and avocado really stop you getting sick this winter? We've got the top 10 foods to help ward off colds and flu. First, though, here's Nat with the 7:30 update. Good morning. New claims have emerged about the 'Utegate' affair, linking Malcolm Turnbull to the Treasury official being investigated over the fake email. Liberal sources say Godwin Grech has been providing the Opposition Leader with unofficial information for years. Mr Turnbull won't confirm or deny

he's been in regular contact with Mr Grech. Sentencing begins today for a New South Wales mother who starved her 7-year-old daughter to death. The little girl's emaciated body was found in the family home at Hawks Nest in 2007. She weighed just 9kg. The jury took a week to find her mother guilty of murder. The girl's father has been convicted of manslaughter.

People with pre-existing medical conditions are being warned not to delay seeing a doctor if they develop flu-like symptoms following Australia's second death from swine flu. Experts say the virus is progressing the same way regular flu does through winter but warn there will be more deaths. People don't realise sometimes they've got flu.

It starts sometimes with a fever and feeling unwell and then the respiratory symptoms kick in after a day or two so these unfortunate things will occur. A Melbourne man who was already sick died of swine flu on Saturday. Bosses are being warned to enforce a zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy in the workplace after an Adelaide woman was awarded one of Australia's largest compensation payouts.

Malgorzata Poniatowska has won a $466,000 payout after being sent suggestive emails and pornographic photos by two former colleagues at Adelaide building company Hickinbotham. It was the employer's actions or rather, inaction, that really got them into trouble in this case. The judge found that they didn't have any policies to start with so she couldn't really make a complaint at the workplace level.

Then when she did make a complaint, they didn't assist her. The company is planning an appeal. In finance news:

A 4-year-old Turkish boy has survived being hit by a car and thrown down a flight of stairs. The young boy was standing on a footpath when a driver swerved to avoid a puppy and instead, ploughed into the boy.

Amazingly, he walked away without a scratch. His parents didn't even realise he was hit until the next day.

That is amazing. Just walked off.

Didn't tell mum and dad anything. He

is one tough kid too. Didn't tell mum

mum and dad anything. He is four.

That is quite reasonable that they

didn't mention anything. I wonder if

it was because he was so young. He

didn't tense up. No brittle bones.

didn't tense up. No brittle bones. Extraordinary. He is all fine. Time for sport now with Beretts.

Another two Aussies are through to the second round at Wimbledon. Samantha Stosur advanced with a 3-set win over Bethanie Mattek-Sands. She didn't do it easy, though, taking more than two hours. Lleyton Hewitt eased through after a slow start

to beat Robby Ginepri in straight sets. He faces Juan Martin Del Potro next.

I will obviously try to open up a few

few weaknesses that he has and execute. And comeback queen Jelena Dokic has crashed out. She lost to a German qualifier after calling for medical attention midway through because of a virus. Queensland hardman Nate Myles is suffering a stomach virus and could miss tonight's second State of Origin clash against New South Wales. He's not the only Maroon in trouble. Dallas Johnson is also understood to be unwell but he did take part in the team's final hit-out.

Brett Lee is back on deck for the Aussies in a 4-day tour match against English County side Sussex. Stuart Clark, Peter Siddle and Ben Hilfenhaus will also get a run, while Mitchell Johnson has been rested. Shane Watson is out injured again - this time it's a knee complaint.

Bad timing.

Bad timing. See how Stuey goes off

the exams. Fifi has the weather. She

has been losing herself with Austrian ski

Austrian ski instructors. I lost my

Austrian ski instructors. I lost my

Korean and American ski instructors.

We are going to head out on

We are going to head out on the

magic carpet ride. This is how we

get to the top of the slope. I am

not sure if we get the conveyor belt

going. We will get to the top

eventually. This is my first trip on

the magic carpet ride. Let's look at today's forecast. Sunrise weather for Whereis mobile. Get free maps and directions on the Telstra Next G network.

Brisbane, fine, becoming cloudy tomorrow with rain on Friday. Sydney, mainly fine with just the slight chance of a late shower. Fine tomorrow but the rain looks set to return for the weekend. Melbourne, scattered showers today. Some showers tomorrow, clearing by Friday. Much the same for Hobart. In Adelaide, morning showers, then partly cloudy.

Scattered showers for the next few days. Perth, wet and windy with the chance of a late thunderstorm. Showers for the days ahead. Morning fog for Canberra, then scattered showers. Darwin, dry and warm.

Girls, how do you think you are

going to go? Will you be any

competition for me? Of course, you

are going down! Arabela? I think you

will fall over

will fall over a million times. Who

is the amateur here? I

is the amateur here? I am trash

talking 12-year-olds. It is going

well here on Mt Buller. You should

be in a stack hat and goggles. It is

a very sensible thing. OH&S will

call me about that shortly. See you

in half an hour. My apologies for

calling

calling you mate. "

calling you mate. "Is it really

appropriate to call a woman mate? I

can't stand it and Kochie called

Fifi mate and it sounded terrible. Fifi mate and it sounded terrible."

My apologies if ta offended you,

mate. I love it when you call me

mate. I don't think it is gender specific. A

specific. A lot of girls do. I am

one of the blokes. OK, mate. OK,

darl. OK, honey. See you, love. Fif

will be back in half an hour On the way - which mortgage is best for first homebuyers? Plus later, what you need to know before buying medicines online. After the break, though - foods to boost your immunity this winter. We've got the top 10 next on Sunrise.

So when you start trying for a baby, start taking elevit.

Australians gave millions. So, what happened to all the money donated to Victoria's bushfire victims? Find out tomorrow on Sunrise. Then get ready for Daniel Merriweather. (SINGS) # Ain't nothing gonna change # Ain't nothing gonna change

# If nobody's gonna wake up # And start asking who's in charge # Ain't nothing gonna change He's performing live this Friday on Sunrise. As we've heard in the news, a Victorian man has become the second Australian to die from swine flu. It got us thinking about what we can do to boost our immune systems. We've put together a list of the top 10 foods

to help your body fight off infection.

Here it is: To tell us just what's so special about these 10 superfoods, we're joined by nutritionist Matt O'Neill. Matt, how can food help stop the flu?

It does a really good job at it

particularly in the colder months.

Today we are looking at another

excuse to eat nutrient-rich food.

Yoghurt, if you

Yoghurt, if you throw in trillions

of these good bacteria, this army of

defence, it increasing the good

bacteria in the bowel and prevents

bugs getting into your body. That is

the place to start. How much do you

need? Do you have to eat the whole

tub? If you have

tub? If you have that little bowl

there, if it is natural, low sugar,

diet yoghurt is not good for

bacteria. Put it on soup and not a

lot of people think about it, it is

good. Mixed nuts, berries, honey on

it. Trio gurt if you haven't

it. Trio gurt if you haven't had it

for a few years. That is a good tip

to put it on my lentil soup. Have

you ever had lentil soup? Avocado and kiwi fruit are also on the list.

These are rich in vitamin C, we are

usually flogging oranges and citrus

usually flogging oranges and citrus